Living in “Digital Babylon”?

Leader Guide: The Christian Mind“Younger Christians are living in what I describe as Digital Babylon,” said David Kinnaman, president of the Christian research company Barna Group, in a recent interview with Relevant magazine. He went on:

“It’s very similar in some ways to the kind of head-snapping change that Daniel and his peers would have experienced in Babylon—exposure to a broader world, immersion in a whole set of worldviews and beliefs and ideas about spirituality, interacting regularly with people with very different points of view, very different perspectives about God, very different perspectives about human meaning and flourishing.

“For a lot of millennials, the question of how to live faithfully, how to have a life of conviction in a world that overwhelms and steamrolls conviction and belief is a really pressing question.”

Your students do have questions, and God’s Word is the place they’ll find the answers. In The Christian Mind, your students learn what Jesus means when he tells us to love the Lord our God with all our minds. You’ll help them discover how to become wise, learning how to “test everything, and hold fast to what is good” (1 Thessalonians 5:21, Session 9).

What else will your students learn in this study?

• Does being a Christian mean I turn off my brain?
• How in the world do we prepare our minds?
• How can I become wise and persevere in life?
• And more!

Learn more here!


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